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Friday, February 29, 2008

Gov. Kaine thinks Obama is more important than Virginia

Guest Posted by MAXIMUS

I have never written or spoken fondly of the Washington Post. That all changes today. This may be a one time occurance. This may be my first and only date with the Post, we'll see.

I will give WP reporter Tim Craig credit. He nailed Gov. Tim Kaine today on an issue I tagged the Gov. with yesterday--an exclusive blogosphere criticisim from your benevolent MAXIMUS that said instead of campaigning for Hussein in Kansas and Texas , Gov. Kaine should be spending quality time in Richmond dealing with the diverse array of problematic issues facing Virginia.

Gov. Kaine may need a refresher on the issues important to Virginians, to wit: TRANSPORTATION, TRAFFIC CONGESTION, CROWDED SCHOOLS, BUDGET SHORTFALL, WRONGHEADED BIG GUB'MENT EXPANSION OF PRE-K PROGRAMS FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT CHILDREN, ETC.

I know what you are thinking, "MAXMIMUS, Gov. Kaine is experiencing a puppy love ecstasy moment right now, he has a front row seat in Hussein's Harem. Why should Gov. Kaine worry about meeting the needs of the citizens in his adpoted Virginia?

My dear Plebes, allow me to quote Washington Post Reporter Taim Craig on the Governor's absenteeism, "Gov. Kain found himself needed at home today when the Virginia Supreme Court ruled that parts of the state's transportation plan are unconstitutional. But Kaine decided to stick with his plan to speak at a Kansas Democratic Party event tonight and then campaign for Obama tomorrow in Texas."

Governor Kaine's national ambitions have now eclipsed his duties and solemn obligations as an elected Governor for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

What are his priorities now?

Traveling thousands of miles away to LISTEN to Presidential Speeches instead of finding a
fix to fund our Transportation network now that the Regional Transportation Authorities
are ruled unconstitutional.

What are his priorities now?

Partisan gamesmanship with fellow Democrats in Kansas over more mental health
reforms.

What are his priorities now?

Nibbling cheese, eating grapes, and sipping wine in Kansas instead of working with our
Colleges and Universities to develop a plan to make the Virginia economy more energy
independent from foreign oil.

Governor Kaine's national ambitions are now eclipising his duties and solemn obligations as an elected Governor for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

What are his priorities now? Landing a future job at the expense of his current job.

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